“We Have to Care About More Than Just Ourselves” Jennifer Aniston Explains Why She Avoids Friends Who Aren’t Vaccinated

The actress explained why she decided to exclude from her weekly routine people who refused or did not disclose their vaccination status, which she stated in an InStyle article earlier.

Aniston received a huge amount of comments on social media and decided to shed more light on her decision to exclude people who have anti-vaccination views from her schedule.

She has also commented on her position and call to wear a mask even if you are vaccinated.

Jennifer Aniston explains why she avoid friends  who aren't vaccinated
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Jennifer Aniston explains why she avoid friends  who aren't vaccinated
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Even a year ago, Jennifer very convincingly voiced her call to wear masks and leave any doubts about it.

@jenniferaniston: “I understand masks are inconvenient and uncomfortable. But don’t you feel that it’s worse that businesses are shutting down… jobs are being lost… health care workers are hitting absolute exhaustion. And so many lives have been taken by this virus because we aren’t doing enough. I really do believe in the basic goodness of people so I know we can all do this BUT still, there are many people in our country refusing to take the necessary steps to flatten the curve, and keep each other safe. People seem worried about their “rights being taken away” by being asked to wear a mask. This simple and effective recommendation is being politicized at the expense of peoples’ lives. And it really shouldn’t be a debate. If you care about human life, please… just #wearadamnmask and encourage those around you to do the same “.

As for the star herself, in May 2021 she announced that she was fully vaccinated.

@jenniferaniston: “Fully vaccinated and it feels soooo good. We are extremely lucky and privileged to have access to Covid-19 vaccines in the U.S. right now. Unfortunately, that’s not the case everywhere… and as we know, the health of one of us affects all of us. Thinking about those who do not or will not have the opportunity to get vaccinated and hug their friends and family. See more in my bio for ways to help those who need it during this crisis.”

As a reminder, the CDC updated its guidelines for indoor mask wearing after new research showed vaccinated people can still carry the virus.

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